|Bar Hebraeus' Chronography - Bar Hebraeus (Gregory Abu'l-Faraj)|
Bar Hebraeus (also Gregory Abu'l Faraj) was a prominent Syrian Christian cleric of the 13th century and author of works on numerous subjects. His Chronography (translated from Syriac by E.A. Wallis Budge), based on sources extant and lost, is a treasure for historians and anthropologists among others. Beginning with the Creation, it extends to the author's death in 1286 and was continued an additional ten years by his brother...
Keywords: Bar Hebraeus; Ancient; Medieval; History; Chronography; Medieval Chronicle; E.A.Wallis Budge; Syriac
|Opus Chronologicum by Elias, Bishop of Nisibis - J.-B. Chabot|
Part 2 of the Syriac text of the Opus Chronologicum of Elias of Nisibis Chabot, Jean Baptiste and Brooks, Ernest Walter, eds. Eliae metropolitae Nisibeni opus chronologicum. CSCO 62-63, Syr. 21-24. Paris: SecrÃ©tariat du CorpusSCO, 1909-1910.
Keywords: syriac; syriac history; middle eastern christianity; oriens christianus; middle eastern history; early islamic history; islam; chronography; historiography; elias of nisibis; j.-b. chabot